Pricey, but well worth it!. Our visit to Salmon Dave's came at the recommendation of a respected colleague. We made a reservation (you should as well, with the cozy dining accommodations) and being high maintenance, we added one to our party on the way to the restaurant. Our 4, now 5 was taken in stride by the staff, and with a short wait, we were seated. The atmosphere was great, like something out of a movie, a movie with lots of cool people in it. It is a little loud, as there is alot of brick and tile, and not much to absorb sound, but if you're in the mood for a fun night out, it's perfect. Our orders were taken in a very timely fashion, and we were given scrumptious bread to tide us over until our dinner arrived. Wow. The steaks are fabulous, I particularly recommend the Tenderloin Newburgh. A nice super tender filet crowned nicely with lobster and smothered in a wonderful newburgh sauce. This was in my all-time top 5 meals. Exquisite.
expensive! but food is great.. bring your wallet! or maybe two of them. even soup is expensive here, even in the Bar! But I've been on dates here, it's really nice and the staff is superb, definately get seafood since it's their specialty! I like that it's close to my house and you can shop right in the area, so it's a nice evening of food and shopping. Recommended!
This funny-named fish tank is dead serious when it comes to sole food..
Even if you've spent your dining life avoiding salmon, this kitchen will change your mindset. Baked or blackened, the meaty fish might contain a soy or ginger flavor boost. Tucked into a vintage building across from a flamingo-pink residential hotel, Dave's serves crab cakes (large but pricey) and ahi tuna sashimi (ginger-pickled and very hot) in a brass- and booth-rich environment. Wine suggestions follow every course, and creme brulee follows everything else.
Dave's Annual Taste of New Orleans
Salmon Dave's likes to add special "N'awlins Feasts" to its menu when Mardi Gras creeps around, including jambalaya, stuffed redfish, shrimp creole, grilled "Bourbon Street" sirloin and dessert. The meal (also offered a la carte) is normally offered for around $30, but on Sundays it's cheaper and accompanied by live jazz.
Worth a Visit. No complaints about this better restaurant, except for the pricing on the wine list. It needs to be toned down.
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